All Emergency Services on the Palos Verdes Peninsula are provided by contract with the Los Angeles County Fire & Los Angeles County Sheriff Department’s Lomita Station except for police services in the City of Palos Verdes Estates which is provided by the Palos Verdes Estates Police Department (PVEPD). The City Manager's Office administers most of the City’s public safety programs and includes Sheriff’s services, Special Programs, and Public Safety Grants. Emergency services are provided free of charge to the public (except for ground ambulance transport which is provided and billed by a private sub-contractor regulated by the Los Angeles County Fire Department.
In Case of Emergency, Dial 9-1-1
Los Angeles County Fire Department (LACFD) Batallion 14
The Los Angeles County Fire Department (LACFD) Batallion 14 provides fire prevention, fire suppression, Lifeguard services and life safety services to the City of Rancho Palos Verdes. LACFD Battalion 14 has 7 fire stations throughout the area including 2 stations in theCity of Rancho Palos Verdes, staffed 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
|Los Angeles County Fire Department - Station 53||6124 Palos Verdes Dr. S Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 90275||(310) 377-3333|
|Los Angeles County Fire Department - Station 106 (Battalion 14 Headquarters)||27413 Indian Peak Rd. Rolling Hills Estates, CA 90275||(310) 377-9523|
|Los Angeles County Fire Department - Station 2||340 Palos Verdes Dr. W Palos Verdes, CA 90274||(310) 373-6539|
|Los Angeles County Fire Department - Station 83||83 Miraleste Plaza Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 90275||(310) 831-4624|
|Los Angeles County Fire Department - Station 6||25517 S. Narbonne Ave. Lomita, CA 90717||(310) 326-2461|
|Los Angeles County Fire Department - Station 56||12 Crest Rd. West Rolling Hills CA 90274||(310)377-1584|
Ready! Set! Go!
Have your Ready! Set! Go! Wildfire Action Plan in place. It’s critical for residents to be familiar with the Ready! Set! Go! program that provides important pre-planning and evacuation information. To download the Ready! Set! Go! Wildfire Action Plan and view informational how-to videos, visit fire.lacounty.gov/rsg
Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training provides residents with the skills and tools necessary to take care of themselves, their families, neighbors, and coworkers in the event of a disaster.
The Safely Surrendered Baby Law gives parents or guardians the choice to legally and safely leave a baby three days old or younger with an employee at any Los Angeles County hospital or fire station, no questions asked.
The Safe House Program was implemented across Los Angeles County in 1997 as a program to ensure a temporary haven for any child or adult facing a potentially threatening situation and needs a safe place to go.